This Art Deco style lampshade is made in the 40s by CVV Vianne Company in France. It is a very rare piece due to its unique geometrical shapes. The glass is frosted. Unfortunately manufacturer's label was removed, as you can see in our close up photos.
The lampshade itself is featured in a couple of different variations:
Pendant style: https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/lighting/chandeliers-pendant-lights/french-art-deco-dish-pendant-frosted-glass/id-f_4634993/
Table lamp: https://www.1ofakindnj.com/products/french-art-deco-table-lamp-with-geometric-glass-shade
Flush mount as well, but we do not have photos currently available.
We were able to find an identical piece online and it retails for over $2100.
17" Diameter x 8" Tall
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